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Policies For Promoting Technological Catching Up: Towards Post- Washington Approach

  • Slavo Radosevic

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    (School of Slavonic and East European Studies, Univeristy College London)

This paper analyses the evolution of policies for technology catch-up through three periods: import-substitution, (augmented) Washington consensus and post-Washington period. We analyse the dominant policy models and practices in each of these periods as co-evolving with the dominant academic ideas, and changing the conditions for catching-up. We develop several dimensions or building blocks that characterise the policies for technology catch-up. These dimensions are used to characterise each of the three policy periods with the objective of outlining the generic features of an emerging post-Washington approach to technology catch-up policies in relation to past approaches.

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Date of creation: Oct 2007
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Handle: RePEc:see:wpaper:82
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